Estação Natureza São Paulo Exhibit. Photo: Antônio Carlos Carreiro
Estação Natureza São Paulo Exhibit. Photo: Antônio Carlos Carreiro

Estação Natureza Exhibit

An adventure through Brazil's natural wonders.

Nature Stations were idealized by the Boticário Group Institute and have been created in a partnership with the Boticário Group Foundation for Nature Protection with the goal of raising environmental awareness among the population.

The project makes use of interactivity to approach environmental issues and have permanent units in São Paulo (SP) (temporarily closed) and Corumbá (MS), and a traveling exhibition that will cross over ten thousand miles, visiting ten Brazilian state capitals, providing a unique experience, filled with entertainment, information, and awareness on the importance of nature for all families.

With the aid of technology, we can explore four senses – sight, hearing, smell, and touch – using images, sound landscapes, and aromas that allow visitors to travel through natural Brazilian environments.

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Estação Natureza Exhibits: stop, look, and enjoy.

São Paulo is the largest city in the country and has been, from 2009-2015, the home of a Nature Station which is temporarily closed for restructuring.

In Mato Grosso do Sul, the Pantanal Nature Station highlights the importance of that biome for Brazilian biodiversity. Playfully and educationally, visitors immerse themselves in knowledge about the region and can experience all its riches.

Meanwhile, Nature Station Connection is a free, interactive, sensory exhibition of Brazilian biomes that has traveled across the country, bringing entertainment on the importance of nature preservation. Its six interactive stations offer latest-generation resources such as virtual reality goggles, sensory cinema, Kinect-style gaming platforms and touchscreen interfactes with Motion by Hands technology.